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HTML week two

Gunilla's Virtual Notebook

Class Notes for HTML1

First to answer the questions (Using an Ordered List):

  1. Yes, I was able to create and use the template.
  2. Yes, I was able to save it as HTML
  3. Yes, I did the exercises.
  4. I already had a web account to upload to.

An Unordered List


This paragraph should be aligned left. (I inserted a bold tag)
This paragraph should be aligned left. (The strong tag will give about the same effect as bold)

(I will put in the italics tag:) And this should be aligned right.
(Lets try the emphasis tag here:) And this should be aligned right.

Let's see if this sentence ends up in the center?

This sentece should be justified. This sentece should be justified.This sentece should be justified.This sentece should be justified.
This sentece should be justified.This sentece should be justified.This sentece should be justified.This sentece should be justified.This sentece should be justified.
To me it doesn't seem like this tag is working too well. I thought the text was supposed to line up both right and left and spread out in between.
I put in a couple of breaks to cut the line off before it would wrap at the end of the line.
I just checked the page in IE and the justify does not seem to work too well there, but then I checked in Netscape, and it pulls the text out to line up at both margins.(At least some of the time)
To divide this section from the rest, I'll put in a horizontal rule.


You can vary the width and size of the line. The first one has just the width set to 50%

The next one has the size set to 15.


The last one has width set to 75% and size set to 10. These lines are all centered, but you can add Align="right" or Align="left" also.


I'll have to try one more putting in align, noshade and color


Yep, like the lesson says, the color navy doesn't work in Netscape (4.7), but it works in IE.

Playing with Headers(size H1)

This is size H2 Header

size H3

To make the text more interesting, you can use the font tag and you can color the text.Here the color is blue and the size 4.
It is possible to change the font with the tag FONT FACE, but it should be used with caution, since everyone does not have the fancy fonts you may like.
If you want something special, make a graphic out of it. Example, see the very top heading of this page: "HTML1 Week two". It is a graphic that I made.


This is the Blink tag in Nescape

This is the Marquee tag in Internet Explorer


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